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Cloud Computing (WS2021)

Cloud Computing: Web-Based Dynamic IT Services  

A distributed system consists of several independent computers that communicate with each other over a network. Different distributed system architectures exist in the computer science. The most popular architecture is the Client-Server model. But especially in the parallel computing field, exist among others, Cluster Computing and Cloud Computing.

Cloud Computing implies scalable services and the consolidation of compute and storage resources in large-scale resource centers. This consolidation offers the opportunity to redistribute resources, which have been used so far to keep the own resources running. At the same time, the users of a Cloud infrastructure services have the freedom to use their desired operating systems, programming languages ​​and applications.

In this course, the fundamentals of Cloud Computing and related technologies are discussed. Practical exercises are an important part of this course because they are essential for thee understanding of these technologies.

The course (lectures, exercises and exam) is held in English language.

Parts of the slide sets are based on the book Cloud Computing: Web-Based Dynamic IT Services, which was published in 2011 by Springer. ISBN: 978-3-642-20916-1

The password of all Zoom Logo-video conferences is: CloudComp

Beginning WS2021, the cloud computing course does not have a written exam anymore! Your grade will depend 100% on your work and the results of the semester project.

Schedule of the Course

The exercise session always takes place on Friday between 11:45-13:15 as Zoom Logo.

Date Time Room Event Topics

Course Materials

Slide sets Exercise sheets Solutions Topics
Slide set 1 Exercise sheet 1 Solution
Slide set 2 Exercise sheet 2 Solution

Semester Project

Beginning WS2021, the cloud computing course does not have a written exam anymore! Your grade will depend 100% on your work and the results of the semester project.

Form a team of four team members maximum and pick a topic. You need to do three things:

Teams

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Suggestions (Topics) for Semester Projects

Topic Information

Contact

The best way to reach me is via email: christianbaun@fb2.fra-uas.de


Prof. Dr. Christian Baun
Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences
(1971-2014: Fachhochschule Frankfurt am Main)
Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering
Last updated: November 20th 2020
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